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back to us expanding the economy though there was no evidence of that. romney's gift would have cost taxpayers money. obama's gift saved taxpayers money. >> talk about the splintering inside the republican party or what seems to be happening, you're a supporter of the jindal position which is more tolerant, less coated in racial rhetoric, do you think there's room in the republican party for both of these kinds of voices which is to say, one group of people which is you know karl rove is doubling down saying conservatives shouldn't abandon principles what they need to work on is messaging and bobby jindal advocating for a wholesale rethinking of what conservatism and what the grand old party means in the 2th century. >> i'm encouraged there are more voices and people in the party advocating i think on the jindal side of the argument. i think that -- i was glad in many respect is it was a definitive outcome, there wasn't a split vote on the electoral college and the popular vote. many republicans have gotten the message. they understand we need to get right on issues like immigration,
cats, came back really quickly to try to walk that back too. the president wants this economy to get better and needs people in wall street, small businesses, business people around the country to be on his side. i think we will not expect to see really sharp rhetoric like that again. >> i don't know what we will see. i don't know that he needs them that much. yes, he needs -- for all this to work out as well as it can, he needs the business people of america to think he's not anti-business, but wall street in particular, i don't think he needs them. >> i respectfully disagree. i mean, actually the only thing he doesn't need them for anymore is to woo for their campaign cash. there's this big saying in politics no permanent friends no permanent enemies. today maybe it's not obvious but when you have years ahead of you with stuff we don't know what's coming down the line it makes no sense not to have outreach. i don't know if this department, what was he going to appoint -- >> department of business. >> would need congressional approval would ever get off the ground if nothing else, y
proved economic stimulus does work. when you pump money into the economy -- i think the television station groups did tremendously well with the vending, printers and people who design direct mail, so i actually -- >> consultants. >> their spending boosted the economy slightly which again helped barack obama. everything they did had the opposite of what they wanted. it was a stimulus. >> alec has better bargain position with nbc. >> with you on my side. when you hear the super pac-men talk about lost millions, the "wall street journal" says, as for mr. adelson, the person close to him say his wants to maintain active role in the gop using donations to make conservatism afeppeal to a wide group of people including latino voters. i say, go ahead. i'd love to see it. what is that going to look like? >> the interesting thing of money, connects to what we're talking about in a moment, data. the spending wasn't tied to data. this was faith-based spending based on a'of beliefs as joy is say what the country looks like, who the electorate is where the hot spots are. karl rove was supposed
going to be about whether the economy is truly bouncing back strongly or not. and if it is, then wall street will stop being upset at him. that the -- sorry. >> i was going to say, maybe part of it, "the wall street journal" argues today if they get a grand bargain then there's more certainty and the business community that is sitting on trillions of dollars in capital releases some of that hiring begins and so forth. >> not just that. the business community, there are rich people who don't want to see their taxes go up. if you go to people in business, and even on wall street, you talk to them about personal tax rates versus corporate tax rates and the business community, a lot of people would be willing to do -- would be perfectly happy to see individual rates in the business community if it was part of a big package that lowered corporate rates, one of the things that's what simpson-bowles was about and they were -- they would be fine with that and they are, i think, they're looking for if they -- they also want reassurance that tax reform piece which could include rates, rising on
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